Source: The New Indian Express
New Delhi: The number of Kovid-19 vaccines in India has crossed 25.87 crore.
According to data provided by the Union Health Ministry on June 14, 20,99,621 beneficiaries aged 18-44 received the first dose vaccine on Monday, while 1,16,326 received the second dose.
After the third phase of the vaccine campaign, 434,35,032 people aged 18-44 received the first dose of vaccine and 833,808 received the second dose.
More than 10 lakh people aged 18-44 have been vaccinated in Bihar, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Odisha, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal.
1,00,67,641 health workers received the first dose vaccine, and 69,81,884 health workers received the second dose vaccine. A total of 1,68,38,400 Kovid-19 foremen were given the first dose vaccine, while 88,76,931 were given the second dose.
In addition, 7,65,48,740 people aged 45-60 were given the first dose vaccine, while 1,20,81,922 were given the second dose. Over 60 years, 6,29,78,733 and 2,00,70,230 people have been vaccinated with the first and second doses, respectively.
150 days have passed since the vaccine campaign began on June 14. A total of 35,96,462 people have been vaccinated that day. Of these, 31,84,503 beneficiaries were vaccinated in the first dose, and 4,11,959 were given the second dose.